THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
by muscular and tendinous fibres into the first eight dorsal spines. Between it and the longissimus is a triangular space into which the complexus passes and fuses with both. The longissimus rapifls ''L. Cap.} is
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FIG. 34.—The deep muscles of the back in the Chimpanzee. A, complexus; B, semi-spinalis and sab-occipital muscles; A.A., posterior arch of atlas; A.O.T., accessory occipital triangle in one Chimpanzee; G.2ST., cervical nerves ; Lo.C., longissimus; S.G., spin alls dorsi: S-O.T., sub-occipital triangle.
relatively stronger than in Man. It arises from the first six dorsal transverse processes by tendinous and muscular -slips. It is fused with the longissimus dorsi, complexus